Mini ITX- i3 2100t, RAID 0 ssd, Ati HD 5450 Tags: New Build Systems Last response: May 15, 2011 9:16 PM in Systems Share TheIDKman May 15, 2011 5:12:32 PM Hello, Id like to know if a picopsu 90w (which I allready bought) Is enough to power this configuration: Cpu: i3 2100t (35w) Gpu: Ati HD 5450 (19,1w) Ram: 1X DDR3 1333mhz Kingston 4GB (5w??) Storage: 2x vertex 2 in RAID 0 (5w) 1x 1TB WD green 32mb cache (6w) Mobo: ECS H67H2-I (?) 70,1W on full load without the mobo... Questions: Is 90w enough? How to add more sata to picopsu? I allready have: the cpu,ram,1TB wd, And another mobo... I hope someone could help me, David More about : mini itx 2100t raid ssd ati 5450 mdd1963 May 15, 2011 9:16:32 PM My guess would be...no, not for long. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources For Sale: Mini ITX HTPC i3, 60GB SSD, GT440 Forum RADEON HD 7850 with Asus P8H77-I -LGA1155 Intel H77 Chipset DDR3 PCI Express SATA USB 3.0 Mini-ITX Motherboard Forum Solvedsshd raid0 vs ssd+hd? Forum I have 1gb vga card of ati radeon hd5450 and 4gb ram and dual core 3.0 E5700 pro Forum Solved1 SSD + 2 HD in Raid 0 and 2 HD in Raid 1 Forum SolvedCan RAID 0+1 be made with SSD's in 0 and an HD for the mirror? Forum SolvedHow should I setup my SSD and 2x750 HD's in Raid 0 Forum SolvedHelp! SSD +HD or Raid 0, / Raid 10 (Gaming Rig New) Forum SolvedHD storage overrides SSD raid0 in bios Forum How to monitor HD use? PCIE SSD vs Sata raid 0 Forum SolvedHow to raid 0 SSD and have a seperate HD windows 7 Forum ASUS P5W HD Motherboard - Want to stop RAID 0 and install new SSD drive and OS Forum How dependable are SSD in RAID 0 compare to HD? Forum GA X58A UD3R with sata 3 SSD and raid 0 HD's Forum I'd like to have my secondary HD in raid0 while keeping my ssd in ahci Forum Two SSD 64GB RAID 0 and two SATA 320 W/D HD RAID 0 Forum Standard HD's in Raid 0 or SSD Forum RAID 0 on new fastest SSD HD's Forum Intel SSD as boot plus 2 hd in raid0 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !